A comedian and writer known for the BAFTA-winning series This is Going to Hurt and Mrs Brown's Boys has kicked off his new tour in Buckinghamshire.

Adam Kay, a former doctor turned comedy writer whose shows mix laughs with musings on the state of the NHS, kicked off his new tour Undoctored at the Wycombe Swan Theatre in High Wycombe on Wednesday night (January 24).

Adam, who was supported by Paul Sinha, best known as one of the six chasers on ITV's The Chase, praised the audience in High Wycombe for helping to start the spring leg of his tour on a positive note. 

Taking to X after the show, he wrote: "Thanks to a lovely audience at High Wycombe for a great start to the Undoctored tour.

"Brilliant support from Paul Sinha and extremely generous donations to The Lullaby Trust. Bucket collection now well over 30k."

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Adam has raised money for The Lullaby Trust, a charity focused on spreading awareness of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) throughout his tours of the UK, including during his bestselling This is Going to Hurt Tour, which came to Wycombe back in 2020.

The former Mrs Brown's Boys screenwriter described Undoctored as "the sequel to This is Going to Hurt, basically a load of funny/disgusting stories from the wards plus some think-y stuff about the NHS".

Replying to the BAFTA-winning writer's post on X, Karen Fraser wrote: "The show was outstanding. You and Paul were both brilliant. We guffawed, smiled, laughed, gasped and cried in equal measures - thank you! And God save the NHS".

Andie King added: "You were both absolutely outstanding! Excellent show".